noun con·sti·tu·tum \ˌkänztəˈtütəm, -än(t)stəˈt-\

Definition of constitutum




Roman law

  1. :  an agreement not made by formal stipulation whereby one promises to discharge on a given day at a fixed place an existing obligation or to give security for its fulfillment

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Origin and Etymology of constitutum

Latin, neuter of constitutus

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a trip made at another's expense

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